The Good Life of Teaching: An Ethics of Professional Practice
October 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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—Jonathan Lear, The University of Chicago
‘This is an exemplary book in philosophy of education. It combines intellectual rigour, ethical seriousness and imaginative verve in a finely pitched exploration of the nature of teaching. Philosophers will applaud how its argument for the pertinence to education of a wisely chosen group of key thinkers creatively extends our understanding of their work. More important, teachers will be deeply confirmed or transformed by its sane vision of what can make their work both noble and sustainable.’
—Joseph Dunne, Cregan Professor Emeritus in philosophy of education, Dublin City University